post High Chaparral Reunion March 17-20, 2016 

June 23rd, 2015

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Don Collier: As ranch foreman Sam Butler, Don Collier was John Cannon’s right hand of the Chaparral, and kept herd on the bunkhouse boys. Don worked with Hollywood greats including John Wayne, and still has an active career. You’ll recognize his unmistakable deep voice on commercials (remember the Pace Picante sauce ads), but there’s nothing like hearing him in person.

Robert Fuller: In his five decades of television, Fuller became best known for co-starring roles as Jess Harper and Cooper Smith on the popular 1960s western seriesLaramie and Wagon Train, and for his work as Dr. Kelly Brackett in the 1970s medical drama Emergency!.

Stan Ivar: Known for Little House on the Prairie, General Hospital and many other appearances, ask Stan about the real little house which is on his ranch, dismantled, and waiting to be erected again.

Rudy Ramos:  As the half-Pawnee Wind, Rudy Ramos stirred up arguments on The High Chaparral and heartbeats among fans.   Rudy is a stirring actor with a long list of impressive performances on his resume including his current one man show “Geronimo, Life on the Reservation.”

Roberta Shore:  Featured prominently as a series regular on The Virginian as Besty Garth, Roberta Shore is also fondly remembered for her Disney roles opposite Annette Funicello and the Mouseketeers, and for her success as a singer.

Kent McCray:
 Producer Kent McCray was there BEFORE High Chaparral began, and his work on Bonanza, Little House on the Prairie, Highway to Heaven, the Bob Hope USO tours, and many other show business ledgends make Kent a fascinating story teller.

Susan McCray: The daughter of an academy award winning composer (Harry Sukman, who wrote the music for High Chaparral), she worked in casting for Bonanza and was tapped for High Chaparral, then went on to become the head of casing for Michael Landon Productions, casing Little House on the Prairie, Highway to Heaven and other productions. The list of other classics Susan cast goes on for pages (Happy Days, Mannix, Laverne and Shirley, The Odd Couple, Kung Fu, Hawaii 5-0, Father Murphy and many more).

Neil Summers: Neil Summers has been a premier Hollywood stuntman for most of his life, and despite the pain and anonymity, he wouldn’t have had it any other way.  Matt Dillion killed him more times than he can recall, and Josey Wales shot him off a horse, as did Tom Horn, Nevada Smith, The Duke (in five movies), the Cartwrights, and the entire Cannon family from The High Chaparral.

Boyd Magers: Knowledgeable about all phases of western films, noted western film and TV series author / researcher / publisher Boyd Magers is a respected panel moderator.

Charlie LeSueur: Since 1991 Charlie has conducted over 200 panel discussions with members of the western genre and is Arizona’s Official Western Film Historian.

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